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tonight on c-span2, we hear from libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson about the obstacles facing a third party candidate in the 2012 election. then live coverage from denver, colorado, for a campaign rally with republican presidential candidate mitt romney. later, president obama rallies with supporters in las vegas. >> tuesday british labour party leader ed miliband delivers remarks in manchester. we'll have live coverage from england here on c-span2 starting at 9:15 a.m. eastern. also tuesday on c-span2, a look at what happens to individual taxes if the bush era tax cuts expire. former congressional budget office director douglas holtz-eakin and other economists look at the issue. our live coverage from the urban institute here in washington, d.c. starts at noon eastern. >> every generation through our history has worked and sacrificed to leave a better country to their children and grandchildren and future generations. we, we were then spending their money, we are now even more, much more, spending their money, and we are leaving them a mess that will be a very difficul
half of the 20th century, sudden, inc. lyndon johnson's life, watching hip exercise power is a way to see what a president can really do. >> chris: robert carroll spent almost half his life telling the story of lbj but he says he's not a biographer, he's a student of power, how you get it and what you do with it. and, johnson, he says, was a genius at both. >> chris: how long did you think it was going to take? >> i... ten years. >> chris: and now, we're, what 36 years into this. >> something like that. >> chris: the breadth and depth of the work is stunning, since 1976 he has written four books, 3400 pages, winning almost every award there is starting with the pulitzer and he's not yet to johnson and vietnam. why has it taken so long? when we he look at how johnson was first elected to the senate in 1948, by 87 votes, he ended up writing a book about it. >> nobody has ever looked at a stolen election from beginning to end. and say, this is where the stolen election is... >> chris: and the latest, "passage of power" tells how johnson succeeded john kennedy and saved his agenda. >>
political power works in america in the last half of the 20th century study lyndon johnson's life. it is a way to see what a president can really do. >> chris: robert carol spent almost half his life telling the story of lbj. he says he is a not a biographer. he is a student of power, how you get it and what you do with it and johnson he says was a genius at both. >> chris: how long did you think it was going to take you? >> i thought about ten years. >> chris: and now we are, what, 36 years into this? >> something like that. >> chris: the breadth and depth of the work is stunning. since 1976, caro has written four books, 3400 pages, winning almost every award there is starting with the pulitzer and not yet to johnson and vietnam. why has it taken so long? when caro looked at how johnson was first elec elected so the e in 1948 by 40 votes he wrote a book about it. >> nobody has ever looked and said this is what a stolen election it. >> chris: and the late evangelicals tells how johnson succeeded john kennedy and saved his agenda. >> he takes legislation that wasn't going to pass c
johnson. host: joining us now is gary johnson, former governor of mexico. he is the libertarian nominee. gary johnson, first question. look at the major party candidates. what is missing in the debate and what do you bring to the table? guest: how about the truth, for starters. the notion that obama and mitt romney are arguing over who will spend more on medicare. when we need to have a raging debate in this country on how we cut medicare spending, spending, i think we will find ourselves in the midst of a monetary collapse. that issue/ what is your prescription? pardon the expression. guest: i oversaw the reform of medicaid when i was governor of new mexico. we saved hundreds of millions of dollars. we set a better health-care networks for the poor. i believe if the government blocked -- done away with the strings and the manas, i could have overseen the delivery of health care to the poor. -- do away with the mandates. health care for those over 65. get the federal government out of health care completely. get is how we're going to out of this. giving it up to the states. 50 laborator
-- >> all right. kyle, your prediction. >> you want to cure the check headache, own johnson & johnson and love valuation, up by 25% the new year. >> brenda: toby, bull or bear. >> sort of will bearish, but bull esche u.s. go, go. >> brenda: jonas your prediction. >> most 10 million dollar stuff looted from the total refund, returned this week and now go back to picking winning bonds top management, and up 10% in the year. >> brenda: and kyle, are you a bull or bear. >> i'm a bear, stay away. i like the equity markets. >> brenda: you know what you've absolutely got to like? neil cavuto. cavuto on business. ♪ >> all right, forget about the festival cliff that's coming. how about a fiscal crisis that's already here? hi, everyone, i'm neil cavuto on fox on top of getting on top of a 16 trillion dollar monster. it's something republican vice-president nominee, paul ryan, is pitching. why did he end up ditching the president's own debt commission? it's something i asked him this week. >> well, you mentioned bowles simpson, s,
with james burke. widely agreed to be among the most effective ceos of the modern era. he ran johnson & johnson during the tylenol tampering crisis. his steady stewardship became a harvard business school case study. jim burke was a navy veteran. after his business career he chaired the partnership for a drug-free america and was awarded the presidential medal of freedom. the word from los angeles today, seth macfarlane will host this year's oscars, a master of all voices, says his goal is to channel the great hosts of the past, like bob hope and johnnie carson. >>> up next, an update on a little girl who >>> finally here tonight we asked our team in afghanistan this week to check in on some friends of ours. they don't have parents of their own, but they do have a close family all around them. in kabul, of all places. and when we first aired their story, you responded in a big way, donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to these kids, and the woman who is making a difference in their lives. we first met the girls of the orphanage three years ago. oh, you want me to put on your glas
, the libertarian party candidate gary johnson on obstacles facing a third-party candidate. and mitt romney in the campaign rally in denver, colorado. later, president obama joins supporters at a campaign rally in las vegas. >> arnie duncan is at the national press club on tuesday to discuss the state of american education. he will address changes over the last four years and look ahead. see it live at 1:00 p.m. eastern on our companion network, c-span3. next, look at the presidential campaign and libertarian party candidate, gary johnson. the former governor of new mexico talks about his view of the tea party system and obstacles for third-party candidates. from "washington journal", this is 40 minutes. >> we are now with gary johnson, the former governor of new mexico. 1995 to 2003, the libertarian presidential nominee and gary johnson's first question, when you look at the major party candidate in this year's cycle, what is missing in the debate and dialogue and what you bring to the table? >> well, how about the truth, for starters, the notion that both obama and romney are arguing over
prediction. >> you want to cure the check headache, own johnson & johnson and love valuation, up by 25% the new year. >> brenda: toby, bull or bear. >> sort of will bearish, but bull esche u.s. go, go. >> brenda: jonas your prediction. >> most 10 million dollar stuff looted from the total refund, returned this week and now go back to picking winning bonds top management, and up
of the supreme court. gary johnson take your calls and questions, and former assistant transportation secretary looks at the 2013 budget request for the federal transit authority and how that money is allocated. "washington journal," live 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. the british house of commons is in recess, so in place the prime minister's questions, deputy prime minister and liberal democrat nick clegg spoke at his party's annual conference. the liberal democrats formed a coalition for the conservatives after being -- after the may 2010 election when no party won an overall majority in the house of commons. a few days ago, he apologized for breaking his party's election pledge to vote against any rise in university tuition fees. in his speech, he addresses other criticisms from some liberal democrats and outlines his vision for the future up to and beyond the next election in 2015. this is about 40 minutes. [applause] >> thank you. >> this summer, as we cheered our athletes to gold after gold after gold, britain remembered how it feels to win again. but more importantly, we remembered what i
agreed to be among the most effective ceos of the modern era. he ran johnson & johnson during the tylenol tampering crisis. his steady stewardship became a harvard business school case study. jim burke was a navy veteran. after his business career he chaired the partnership for a drug-free america and was awarded the presidential medal of freedom. james burke was 87 years old. >>> one of the great choices in sports is gone, millions of us grew up listening to chris economaki. the best-known name in auto racing off the track. he wrote about the sport for 74 years, on tv for just about as long. you could hear his fascination with fast cars and those who drove them. chris economaki was 91. >>> the word from los angeles today, seth mcfarland will host this year's oscars. the family guy creator fresh from hosting "snl" a master of all voices says his role is to channel the great hosts of the past, like bob hope and johnny carson. >>> up next, an update on a little girl who wanted very much to switch glasses when we first met. it's our "making a difference" report tonight. report tonight. would
campaign memorabilia from 1952 until the present. >> vote for president johnson. >> we have about 400 commercials. we started off by going to the different presidential libraries and correcting videos and converting this to the digital files. you can jump to any election year. you can click on 1980. that will take you right to a page for ronald reagan vs. jimmy carter. the commercials are 30 seconds or a minute that they summarize what was going on in the campaign to tell us what the main issues are. they were not intended to last as a historical record or if you look at years and years later. these are really important historical archives. >> these were made for the obama campaign. >> a democratic cookie cutter. >> what you see behind us is just a sampling of some of the material that we collected from the last two conventions. >> it is on a table in a room that is our reference collection. full complete collection of the record for american politics and it goes back to george washington. >> this whole row of materials is made up of campaign buttons. this is from the mckinley campaig
captioning made possible by johnson & j where quality products for the american family have been a tradition for generations >> osgood: good morning. i'm charles osgood and this is sunday morning. sometimes the name of a street says it all. wall street. sunset boulevard. fifth avenue. do which you can add k street in washington d.c., the capital insiders when you mention k street you're talking about the lobbying industry. yes, in its way own it is an industry and it's the subject of our sunday morning cover story to be reported this morning by sheryl at kissson. >> lobbying is a notoriously secretive business yet few industries have more impact on our daily lives. >> the boy scouts have lobbyists. the afl-cio has lobbyists. apple does. everybody has a lobbyist. the influence of business in washington d.c. is the third largest business after government and tourism. >> you can still do a lot of military. >> reporter: a rare look inside the powerful world of k street later on sunday morning. >> osgood: on this weekend before columbus day, we've embarked on a journey to discover col
madden in your first segment. governor gary johnson should have been included in this debate. romney can't be a brawler. he's got to come out strong but he can't be shrill or nasty or too caustic. >> he got to show he can stand up and be a leader of the united states. >> in all honesty, there's a stature question here. obama is outpointing this guy overwhelmingly on likability and likability factor is very strong. it's one of the keefe reasons why ronald reagan won his debate with jimmy carter. >> robert costa, is romney going to say "there he goes again" or any lines like that? >> i think he has some zingers ready to go. but roger stone brings up a good point. he's not just going to be a brawler. look for romney tonight to talk directly to women to try to close that gender gap. >> what do you want romney to say that would bring you, you are a veteran, you were a reagan guy for heavens sakes, you're a supply guy, a growth guide. what do you want to hear from romney to convince you? >> i'd like him to talk about his tax plan. and spending is a dominant issue. be specific. governor johnson
black and johnson and it's been fractious before, but not for the last couple of years since bush v gore. >> eliot: which was a moment of tension and personal eveninginess among the justices. the cases this term as they always are uniquely important. affirmative action, something that is a staple to admissions to higher institutions under gradual assault until finally it is finally eliminateed. >> it is a possibility. and it's a hugely important case, as you say. at least four justices and really justice kennedy is the fifth who have expressed strong skepticism towards it. they question the landmark of cases from 1978 and 2003 allowing universities to use affirmative action, and they could pull the trigger here. it's possible they could come up with a narrower ruling. the issue is the university of texas having decided to admit graduates from the top ten percent from every texas high school can in addition to that once you pick the 10% plan to pick up your numbers of minorities you can't use the additional preference, there might be the vote to do the whole thing. >> eliot: something th
, , and then cleaned mess. davey johnson had to leave nationals before the yesterday.e and we are discussing who hit notes as the romney and obama sparred in their first debate. much more coming up at 6:00. to check in with people able toon get action on things they need. >> this story coming from new york city. it is called cell phone valet . it is similar to the food trucks have in our area, but it is a cell phone truck. they parked outside new york schools where allowed toe not bring their cell phones in. they pay a dollar a day to keep the truck. in outthey can go in and come and check their cell phone or e-mails and it's all for $1 per day. they could end up paying $180 year for this service. a lot of money, but a lot of new york city students claim it's because they are not bring their cell the it's kind of a good idea. i have not seen them anywhere new york city yet. many schools don't allows bring their cell phones into the schools. way one companies o make a lot of money. >> i don't know if i would leave cellphone in someone else's y every day. >> kids these days, i don't know wh
. that is not an acceptable explanation for mccain and rod johnson who say that the obama administration is misleading congress and the american people or is blaming the entire failure on the intelligence community. ambassador rice claims that they launched a comprehensive effort to what happened in benghazi but they failed to secure the scene of terrorist scene for three weeks. a state department mem oh shows the security team was denied a dc-3 aircraft they asked for but they say there is nothing prevented that the plane would have prevented the murder of those four americans. >> heather: peter, thanks. >> gregg: as the administration pursues the terrorists behind the murder of four americans in libya, recent purchase of one u.s. prison has some concerned that it will be used to house detainees from guantanamo bay on u.s. soil. while the administration has promised that shot the case our next guest is not so sure. peter king joins us, chairman of homeland security committee. i have a copy of the letter you sent to the president. you say it's clear that he, i'll quote, intends to proceed with a reckl
a sizable number of undecided people. "a-team" 9% of people are undecided. 7% of those are for gary johnson. [laughter] ultimately, though, i think this is another carter presidency. obama is not a visionary or competent leader. he is really miscast and there is a tragic element all of this. >> host: has this both given you an idea for another book? >> guest: not at this point. >> host: okay. if you very much for this extraordinary interview and we look forward to your book, "leading from behind." >> that was "after words" in which authors are interviewed by journalists and news personalities. it airs at 12:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on sundays. you can also watch it online at click on "after words" on the upper right side of the page. >> let me estimate how much we forget of our own ideas. we are just terrible, even those of us who have good memories, we forget particularly if an idea is kind of a fleeting sense of something that is interesting in a kind of disappears. one of the things that i found a lot of people doing, is not just write everything down, but to keep everything tog
, that current assessment as that have date. and senators mccain, and johnson shot back, either the obama administration is misleading congress and the american people or it is blaming the entire failure on the intelligence community, unquote. bret. >> bret: continue to follow this, james, thank you. the syrian opposition says that rebels have captured an air defense base, new-- planes are pounding the central area of homes and said be to be the largest bombardments in months. and being extradited from britain to the u.s. al-masri's lawyers cited deteriorating mental and physical condition. the u.n. began talks on a broad trade embargo on iran. the islamic republic is reeling from western sanctions, amy kellogg shows us things are getting bad and worse. >> reporter: the iranian government can't afford to lose the support of these men, the conservative merchant class to played a big part in the 1979 islamic revolution, now turning on the regime. they're angry about the wild currency fluctuation, the iranian real left a third of its value against the dollar in a week and add to that a wave
with the johnson space center has moved forward. we have three companies under agreement here with the capability contract. boeing, sierra nevada and space x with the falcon 9 dragon rider. we are moving forward to help enable commercial operations for crew to the international space station. >> so that's the next step in what is a promising future, at least right now. don, they are going to be carrying up the supplies, as i mentioned. they have a lot of food stuff and experiments. i know you know what this experiment is all about, but let me just read one of these. the role of microtube yal and gravity investments in plant investigation. >> i don't know. can you explain to us what that means? gradual continuing -- let's speak in layman's terms now. now that commercial companies are flying cargo, what is the status of nasa's manned space program? >> well, what you're going to see now is now that they are doing this and once they are able to by 2016, these commercial companies, to take astronauts to the space station, nasa is working on the new big rocket that will ultimately use the orion spacecr
christy johnson. how do you book guests, keep them from fighting before the shows begin, decide timing and content. >> we looked for well informed insightful analysts. from this green room surveillance cam, everyone gets along just fine before the red light comes on. by tend of the roundtable, i hope everyone watching has a good handle of what happened in politics that week and what to look for in the week ahead. ask me questions all week long on twitter and facebook. >>> that's all for us today. thank you for sharing part of your sunday tonight. check out "world news" with david muir tonight. and tune in wednesday night for special coverage the one-on-one the candidates debate. i'll see you tomorrow on "good morning america." ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you rn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ how do you help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpie
. the second case, the voting rights act, the landmark 1965 law signed by president johnson a key provision that says states that have a history of discriminating in the voting procedures, have to get permission from the federal government before they make any election changes at all. three years ago, the court signalled it thought maybe that was outdated that the south has changed, parts of the south that did better at minority representation than the north that weren't covered by the law and sent a message to congress that they should update it. congress didn't do anything. the question is whether the court is going to weaken or overturn that. and finally on same-sex marriage, andrea, the issue the defense of marriage act. the federal law that says marriage is only between a man and woman, the question is whether that is unconstitutional discrimination. >> it could be really earth shaking changes in the law and how we live in the united states. pete williams at the supreme court, thank you so much. >>> and two days until the first presidential debate. the challenges for both candidates co
in preparation for the last shooting of the bus driver, conrad johnson in montgomery county and hadn't had any sleep, so when they parked, mohammad went to sleep and said basically you're on watch, it's your job. so here's this 15-year-old, 16-year-old kid who hasn't slept in 24 hours and the first thing he does is fall asleep. >> two individus were taken into custody there after a tip from a motorist. this arrest involved a warrant for john allen mohammad, also known as john allen williams and his 17-year-old stepson, john lee malvo. >> i tell you, i never saw so many policemen and people coming in in airplanes and stuff like that, getting down through the woods with the lights. it's something you'll never forget. >> it's been such a terrible, horrifying last three weeks. we can only hope this is the end of it. we don't know that yet. but this is good news today. >> ten years ago. hard to believe. >>> california's become the first state to ban a controversial therapy aimed at turning gay kids straight. when will the ban take effect? ♪ [ multiple sounds making melodic tune ] ♪ [ male annou
the other side along. some presidents are better at that than others. lyndon johnson was good at it. >> some people might say the lack of business experience that this president has had has actually been one of the negatives. the reason that we've got persistent unemployment, very little growth in the economy, and $16 trillion in debt, more than $ 1 trillion a year in deficits. >> i don't buy -- people do say that. i don't buy that what so far. i don't think anybody would have done very much better given the hand that president obama was dealt. i think he did mostly the right things. he was not an a-plus manager of the economy. that's for sure. but i think he did pretty well. >> how long does it take to have an impact? at some point, you really can't keep saying i inherited this. at some point it's like, what have you done about it? >> oh, i think the president's hand -- if he's allowed to play his hand early, and president obama did get a bill passed very early -- >> well, he had both sides on his side, right? for the first two years of his presidency, he had all in, you know? he had the le
of experience in business. he can put the economy back on track. >> i'm voting for gary johnson this year be as he will reduce the deficit and because he will respect the constitution. >> i am supporting president obama for the upcoming election. he deserves another term so it can experience his policies coming into fruition. >> failed economic records. i will be voting for mitt romney to do a better job. >> gary johnson will uphold the constitution and stay out of unneeded wars. >> you can find out more about c-span's political coverage on our website. now a debate from nebraska. that seat is open. this is about an hour. >> i will be the moderator. we welcome those across the nation joining us on c-span. we're live tweeting this debate. you can give us your comments during and after the debate on our facebook page. the candidates will face questions from nebraskan journalists and citizens across the state and also questions from each other. the rules are simple. each candidate will have 90 seconds to respond to the question and 30 seconds for a rebuttal. tonight's debate is taking place
to davey johnson and mike rizzo, the front office, they have done a great job. the warner family. they've done it the right way. building in the draft. and they did that with guys like steven straussberg. and guys like bryce harper. and going out and trading for geo gonzalez last year who has already won 20 games. they put together the team the right way. and i don't think this is is a flash in the pan. i don't think this is a one-hit wonder. i think the nats will be a player in the national league east for many years to come. >> i think you're right. i think they've done it the right way. still a couple of games left to go in the season, right? >> yes. 96-64. they have two games left. and there is still something to play for. because they're tied right now with the cincinnati reds for the very best record in all of the national league. and if they can best the reds they will be the number one seed and maybe they will have homefield advantage throughout the playoffs. a little quirky system this year. they're going to open up on the road this weekend. either more than likely at atlanta
journal" we will preview the supreme court's upcoming term. is followed by gary johnson. he will talk about obstacles third-party space. and then we will talk about the more than $10 billion in federal funding for public transit systems, including buses and light and heavy rail. our guest is emil frankel. "washington journal" live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. sheet in trade, trea i will do something the president has not done is label them a currency manipulator. >> we brought more trade cases than the previous administration did. we have been winning them. >> president obama and the running meet in their first presidential debate. what and engage with c-span with our live debate preview. followed by two ways to watch the debate at 9:00. both candidates on screen the entire debate. the multi camera version of the debate. falling, your reaction. follow our live coverage online at ctb. >> christine lagarde said uncertainty in the euro zone and the u.s. economy are slowing down the global economy. she also talked about the fiscal cliff and the political climate in the unite
johnson because he will reduce the debt and preserve our civil rights and respect the constitution. >> i am supporting president obama because he is doing a good job and he deserves another term so he can experiences policies coming into fruition. that has been full of broken promises so i will be voting for governor romney. >> i will be supporting jerry johnson for president because he is the only candidate that will focus on the constitution, stay out of the made wars. at the end of the war on drugs. >> live coverage tonight from the presidential debate. the debates starting at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. at the next debate between the presidential candidates on tuesday the sixteenth where they will take audience questions in new york city. in the final debate, the questions will focus on that the bay. will have live coverage online at >> we need to tackle our nation's challenges before they tackle us. we need to strengthen medicare and social security. we're putting ideas on the table headed to that. we are not trying to scare seniors, we are trying to save seniors. >> they ha
johnson, as he was looking around, his party people weren't supporting him. he said, hey, they painted their tails white and they ran with the antelope. there are a lot of democrats running with the antelopes. not one single democrat introduced that tax bill into the congress. of course i support the president's plan. i support him on everything else. i'm not sure if i didn't i would go doing what mr. mondale has done with jimmy carter, jump away from him. i couldn't do that to ronald reagan now, next year, or any other time. i have too much trust in him, i have too much friendship for him, and i would feel very uncomfortable doing that. >> some now claim he disagreed privately with jimmy cart's -- carter's decision to improse the grain emming. -- embargo. where, in your judgment, does loyalty end and principle begin? >> you can't have the united states of america out there looking over his shoulder wondering whether his vice president is going to be supporting him. mrs. ferraro has quite a few differences with vice president mondale. and i understand it when she changed her position o
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